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AN AMERICAN TAIL : FIEVEL GOES WEST

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  • 1.  	Dreams To Dream (Finale Version) (04:42) Performed by Linda Rondstadt 2.  	American Tail Overture (Main Title) (07:09) 3.  	Cat Rumble (07:28) 4.  	Headin' Out West (01:47) 5.  	Way Out West (01:47) 6.  	Green River / Trek Through The Desert (05:43) 7.  	Dreams To Dream (Tanya's Version) (02:34) Performed by Cathy Cavadini 8.  	Building A New Town (02:43) 9.  	Sacred Mountain (02:22) 10.  	Reminiscing (02:12) 11.  	The Girl You Left Behind (01:42) Performed by Cathy Cavadini 12.  	In Training (01:49) 13.  	The Shoot-Out (05:29) 14.  	A New Land - The Future (08:16)
     


  • Orchestrations: John Neufeld, Greig McRitchie
    Sound Engineer: Shawn Murphy
    Music editor: Jim Henrikson
    French horn: James Thatcher

    "Dreams to Dream – Finale Version"
    Written by James Horner and Will Jennings
    Performed by Linda Ronstadt
    Produced by David Foster
    Synclavier programming by Simon Franglen

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